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Use VLC media player to program edison
September 7, 2016
9:24 pm
tattee
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Hi, I just want to share a solution I discovered in programming the edison. 

Programming using the edware software doesn't work with my laptop. Probably the volume is not loud enough.

What I did was look for the wav file inside the edware folder in the program files. The wav file was named "program.wav". I played the wav file in VLC with full volume and worked.

Everytime a new program is made the wav file is overwritten. So use the same file (program.wav) everytime you make a new code.

Hope this helps!

October 13, 2016
9:05 pm
rino.sardon
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I'd like to try this but I cannot find the file. There is a file called "click.wav" though.

October 14, 2016
11:35 am
Ben
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Hi!

You should be able to find the file in C:\Program Files (x86)\EdWare

You will need to click the "Program Edison" button then the "start download" to make sure that the file has been created

October 14, 2016
11:13 pm
rino.sardon
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I was able to make this work. I uninstalled the program and re-installed to C:\EdWare. still cannot program my Edison thru my laptop but I was able to using a very standard desktop and on-board sound card. It will be tough to find a laptop with generic soundcard though.

October 22, 2016
7:01 am
Caleb
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I'll post this in case it is helpful

I noticed that you can use tattee's technique with the web version as well.

If you use chrome's developer tools and select network / media you can find the link to the wav file being generated on the server which you can then download and use vlc to boost the volume.  I'll post a screenshot

(image removed, broken link)

July 29, 2019
3:42 am
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